Pousada Mandala

Rua Manuel de Carvalho, 223, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Rua Manuel de Carvalho, 223, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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    Travel Blogs from Buzios

    Beaching the Days Away

    A travel blog entry by mckojo on Apr 22, 2012

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... enjoy the sunshine. And there are a lot of beautiful people but there are also lots who have enjoyed too many large meals but have no qualms about wearing very skimpy bathing suits. Carol and I continue to wear our discrete one-piece suits. We are staying at the Coronado Beach Hotel, only a few steps from Joao Fernandes, one of the most popular beaches on the Buzios peninsula. The beach fills up during the day with people while at the ...

    Buzios, Rio de Janeiro, Carnaval

    A travel blog entry by maryenglish on Feb 16, 2010

    50 photos

    ... to go and we were literally packed in like sardines. We got to Sambadromo and had an incredible time. A local Brazilian woman with a huge headdress was letting people put on the headdress and rage around. I was smiling and eying her and finally she looked at me and called me down! The locals and I jumped around with the headdress on and cheered while Sam struggled to get a picture without a million arms in the way. We had a great time. Sunday was seriously ...

    Buns and bikes in Buzios

    A travel blog entry by andersontravel on Nov 20, 2007

    4 photos

    ... seat nearly impossible to sit on after more then an hour. It did not help that the streets were cobblestone so the extra bumpiness reminded us every moment that our seats did not have much padding. In order to make it back to the rental shop James had to rig his break system so that it would hold up. We ended up returning our bikes after only a few hours though we had them rented for the entire day because they were that bad! Not a good choice on our ...

    My First Bloco

    A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Feb 16, 2007

    Waking up at 11 leaves little time for the days. The Botanic Gardens are a nice, quiet diversion. A walk along the lake next offers picturesque views of Corvocado (Christ with arms spread atop a hill). After sundown, I am grabbing a drink at a local dive. Meet Ricardo a local who lived in LA for a few years. His friend needs help installing her AC in her apartment. 3 of us get it done fast then some caparinhas and samba on TV. Not sure how ...

    Re-Finding Neverland

    A travel blog entry by jazzkat6 on Nov 02, 2006

    10 photos

    ... travelers wound their way through the backstreets of Ipanema, the skies quickly turned gray again and unleashed a downpour of biblical proportions. Running along the shiny and smooth stone sidewalks, I followed behind Charles as he strode at full speed, leaping over all obstacles in his way. It was a sort of urban steeplechase and it scared the hell out of everyone who saw a very wet Californian Linebacker steamrolling in their direction. After conquering a ...